A diverse range of industries including dairy and prime beef production, commercial fishing and aquaculture, agriculture, forestry and timber production, iron ore pelletising, vegetable processing, manufacturing and tourism.
We invite you to read the Circular Head Profile and watch a short film to discover more about Tasmania's far north-west.
Circular Head Council
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Council will be carrying out road asphalt resurfacing works in the section of Emmett Street located between King Street and Smith Street, Smithton on Saturday 1 April and Sunday 2 April.
There will be a free E-Waste drop-off event on Sunday 9 April at the Spreyton Waste Transfer Station.
The Australian Government Mobile Service Centre is coming to Smithton and Stanley in April.
TasWater contractors will be completing a plume dilution study at the Smithton Sewage Treatment Plant.
Two public bike rides will be held on Friday 31 March for the Australian Rotary Health Conference.
Council are currently undertaking road reconstruction works on Gibson Street in Smithton.
A warning to dog owners that there has been a number of cases of parvovirus detected near the Circular Head area.
The Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) recently launched its Better Councils Better Communities (BCBC) campaign.
The Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPAC) is requesting public submissions on the Draft Dog Control Act 2000 Amendments.
The first round of the Community Small Grants Scheme for 2017-18 is now open.
The Australia Day selection panel for Circular Head has decided to recognise two worthy recipients for the 2017 Citizen of the Year award.
Crystal Theatre Film Society will screen their first film of 2017 at the Stanley Town Hall on Friday 27 January.
Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam said Council fully supported Moon Lake Investments, following the resignation of VDL Farms CEO David Beca.
Looking to do some cycling in Circular Head? This map gives you a guide to the easy and not so easy routes in the area.
Council would like to advise the public that road and drainage infrastructure works are currently underway in Gibson Street, Smithton.
School bus pickup and drop off points are changing in 2017! See below for details.
Giving us gifts can be a risk to our high standards of ethics and integrity. So that's why we say 'thanks is enough'.
Tayatea Bridge has re-opened and the Tarkine Drive Loop is open to traffic.